Positive Communication in Parenting and Your Other Relationships with Malva Gasowski
In this episode of The Self Project Podcast:
* “My child is out to get me” and other common misconceptions we might have
* Talking TO your child, not AT them
* How to have better communication with your children
* Getting your kids to reciprocate positive communication
* Can your child comprehend what you are saying? They may not be fully understanding what you are saying or what is going on around them
Listen as Malva shows you how to use the knowledge you gain at the office for the benefit of your family. If your work is just work and it's not translating to a healthy home, then this is the one to tune into. Malva is a business trainer and coach as well as a parenting and couples coach/counselor. She is also an international business trainer and coach helping people achieve success in their companies.
Avishai interviews International Best-Selling Author, An International Business Trainer and Parenting and Couples Coach Malva Gasowski. She will be sharing tips on lessening stress as a mom of three + wife who works from home. She will also be discussing the inner child/adult dynamic + how to be a positive parent.
Courtney is joined by Malva Gasowski, parenting coach and couples counselor, to talk all about what Positive Parenting is and how you can implement it into your life to be the best parent you can be.
Today's episode features Malva Gasowski, international best selling author, business coach, trainer, family counselor and parenting coach. Malva is also the creator of Coaching - Mother and All, an online resource for parents and caregivers.
In today’s interview, we discuss the very practical need for open communication about sex with partners and with children. As a mother, wife and experienced coach in all matters of family relationships, Malva has a great deal of expertise to share about how biology and socialization play into our understanding of sex. And of course, as with all my guests, we discuss her intimate, personal experiences, specifically as they relate to motherhood and long-term monogamy.
She created this support system as parenting is hard, but asking for help and allowing a different approach to parenting, based on emotional bonding and mutual respect, does not have to be.
Her educational background and experience will create a rich environment of support for parents. She has studied and learned around the world to gather experience and knowledge from specialists in the field.